We've made it, people. All the hard work has paid off. Blood, sweat, and tears for one hundred episodes of daily news, delivered by the dashing staff of The Verge, and it's brought us here. To syndication.
Just think about it for a minute. The Samsung vs. Apple case in reruns for the next ten years. The Huawei spy probe every night at 5:30, 6:00, and 6:30. IKEA's LED bulbs right between The King of Queens and Everybody Loves Raymond. These will be our golden years.
Of course, there will be compromises. Cable wants us to cut it down for length, so reruns will air under the title "83 Seconds on The Verge." And because of a minor typo in the contract, episodes will run in reverse chronological order, skipping Fridays altogether. But the spirit of the first run will still be there, and hey, now we can leave Nilay's rants unedited.
But don't worry. We'll be back for more. The royalty checks and mass market distribution will only renew our dedication and strengthen our hunger for perfection. On to 101.
Stories of the day:
- Microsoft's executive shakeup: Windows head Steven Sinofsky departs, the full story
- 'Halo 4' takes in $220 million on day one in 'biggest entertainment launch of the year'
- Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 now on sale through US Play Store